Author Archives: Florence Kuek

About Florence Kuek

Was lecturer and researcher at a state university. Currently serving as Head of Student Services at a college. Has a pastoral heart for people. PhD candidate, Chinese Studies at University of Malaya.

Shine On, Beautiful Soul

It’s been awhile I haven’t penned down anything on the blog. I realized our life can be so eventful that sometimes you could only reflect upon your heart inklings at end of a chapter of your life. And this is what I have … Continue reading

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Family

If doctors are friends for those battling illness;  Teachers, the mentors who show others the way of learning; Pastors, soul-care agents ordained by God; Then family members are guardian angels whom you would be thankful to have. Or, is it so? I’m … Continue reading

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Broken Guitar

A broken guitar Lying at the storage The lady of the house said, “What a rubbish!” A broken guitar Lying at the dumpster Many passed by and sighed, “What a broken guitar!” A broken guitar Lying at the dumpster A … Continue reading

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Glow

Glow. Glow in the darkness. Glow where the Lord has strategically placed you. You might feel totally displaced, uncomfortable, unfit, wrestling with all kinds of unresolved issues … yet, you cannot hide your glow. That’s you. It has been so. Just … Continue reading

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Inside Out

Larry Crabb’s Inside Out was a book that I did not feel that I would ever finish reading it. The subject matter in the book was not difficult to understand, but it would take more than human effort to get … Continue reading

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Leading Mr Harrison to Tomorrow

Henri Nouwen’s book, The Wounded Healer, is such a gem. The following are my understanding of “leading Mr. Harrison to tomorrow” in the book: First, leading Mr. Harrison to tomorrow is effective intervention for an elderly one who had lost the will to … Continue reading

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A prayer

Dear Lord, during this Chinese New Year season, some of us managed to seize the opportunity to get refreshed, refocused, and restored. Others, like me, felt that we’ve been pulled towards all directions.  Help us, O Lord, to find back … Continue reading

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